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Police & Fire
Did you see the smoke plume Tuesday afternoon?
A Trinity resident is one of two stylists at East Lake's Salon Glo have managed to work together for 26 years while also maintaining a cherished friendship.
Last year, more than 7.3 million people visited the Consumer Updates section of FDA.gov to get health information. The FDA has provided Patch with this list of the 10 most popular topics in 2012. Some things on the list might surprise you!
As the year comes to a close, here's a look at some of our favorite photos on PNew Port Richey Patch that were contributed by readers in 2012.
The top 40 area public high schools are highlighted in the rankings, which were compiled by the Tampa Bay Business Journal using statistics from the Florida Department of Education.
The FDA wants parents to know that some common products in your medicine cabinet could make your child sick if small amounts are swallowed.
The League of Women Voters wants Florida Governor Rick Scott to extend the early-voting period until Sunday, Nov. 4 to accomodate voters. The League mentions media reports about people waiting in line for up to six hours to vote.
In light of the upcoming election we want to know what voters do when they receive campaign literature in the mail. Do you read it or toss it?
Public Safety, Halloween
Do you plan on attending a Halloween party this weekend? A warning: the Florida Highway Patrol has launched an aggressive crackdown on impaired drivers that runs through Nov. 4.
Volunteers in the News, Patch's House & Home, Awareness
Six-year-old Kaiden Crowther, the son of Palm Harbor University High's former pitching coach, John Crowther, is receiving lots of support from the community as he fights ATRT, a rare form of cancer.
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